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Post by Venator on Thu Oct 25, 2012 12:50 am

Thank y'all for creating such a fantastic resource for public land bowhunters! I'm David from Mentone Alabama. I learned to bow hunt growing up in Missouri but for the last 6 years, north Alabama has been home. I think I'm finally starting to figure out these mountain deer!

I love my Guidos web treestand. I've been using it for two seasons now and have scored on a number of deer thanks to its mobility and comfort.

I discovered this site not long ago and am thrilled to be part of such an awesome online community of ethical, public land bow hunters.

David

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Post by PineywoodsBow on Thu Oct 25, 2012 9:36 pm

Welcome from Texas

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Post by Waiting4Fall on Thu Oct 25, 2012 10:00 pm

Welcome, we're very happy to have you amng us! Smile I'm a 'Webber" (Guido's) too. I absolutely love it.

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Re: New Member from North Alabama

Post by dirtdobber on Thu Oct 25, 2012 10:21 pm

Hello from south Alabama, good luck this year.

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Post by Venator on Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:55 am

Thanks y'all. I'm hoping for a good season. dirtdobber I was planning to come hunt Barbour WMA this January (or late December) with a friend of mine. I've heard a lot of folks say its overcrowded, but I've also seen some of the deer they kill down there. Can you offer any thoughts on public land hunting for a good buck? If Barbour is too crowded, any other public options that are overlooked?

Thanks again from the welcome... Its nice to find a place where people understand what hunting public land is like!

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Re: New Member from North Alabama

Post by dirtdobber on Mon Oct 29, 2012 10:50 pm

Well I have not hunted Barbour wma this year but the past two years I have hunted it some from october through December and hardly seen anyone, I have always hunted where I wanted an never had anyone mess me up, 23000 acres is a lot of space to hunt, on the other hand I never go on any gun hunts and they changed the gun hunt schedule this past year to allow for more hunts in concentrated sections which probably made it seem a lot more crowded but also equaled more gun kills this year.
I usually will hunt back and forth between lowndes and Barbour to avoid the gun hunt schedule and still have a place to go. This has worked well for me to avoid the crowds and I feel safer too.
Hope this helps, Dirtdobber.

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